The Food Standards Agency (FSA) has launched a consultation into whether changes should be introduced to the chilling requirements of Qurbani meat and offal supplied from slaughterhouses in England and Wales during the period of Eid al-Adha.
The Food Standards Agency (FSA) and the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) have invested £1.6m into a new UK food safety network to help better tackle food poisoning challenges.
In this exclusive podcast interview, Natasha Allergy Research Foundation co-founder Nadim Laperouse discussed his hopes for the recently launched clinical trials, as well as the work that has already been done with the food and drink industry.
Cleaning is an essential part of allergen control in the food factory, but special care must be taken to choose the appropriate method to avoid cross contamination, warned Christeyns Food Hygiene Technical Director Peter Littleton.
The Government’s delay in the implementation of restrictions on advertising and volume promotions for high fat, salt and sugar (HFSS) foods has been criticised for contradicting its levelling up ambitions and escalating the cost of treating obesity.
Food Standards Scotland (FSS) and the Food Standards Agency (FSA) are advising consumers that some food products may now contain other refined or fully refined food grade vegetable oils, despite being labelled as containing sunflower oil.
The EU recently added many more products to its acrylamide monitoring system, broadening the list of baked goods and including pita and specialty breads, pancakes, tortillas, churros, doughnuts and croissants.
The European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) is to investigate a potential link between contaminated raw material and the multi-country outbreak of salmonella connected to Ferrero’s Belgian chocolate factory.
Ferrero has extended its precautionary recall of Kinder products, as the Food Standards Agency (FSA) continues its investigation into an outbreak of salmonella potentially linked to the chocolate manufacturer.
Producers of food and drink products containing cannabidiol (CBD) have been provided with clarity over the future legality of their products on the UK market, as the Food Standards Agency (FSA) published its list of credible Novel Foods applications.
Retailer requirements, space saving and a need for greater traceability are just some of the key drivers shaping manufacturers' adoption of inspection and detection technology, according to Fortress Technology.
Intakes of added and free sugar should be as low as possible – in line with current recommendations – for a nutritionally adequate diet, according to a new report from the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA).
The Supreme Court’s move to dismiss Cleveland Meat Company’s (CMC’s) case against the Food Standards Agency (FSA) does not quash meat processors’ right to appeal against an Official Veterinarian's decision on the fitness of a carcase for human consumption,...